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Why can't we make new pages?

The following was on the characters page. I thought, "Wait, this should have it's own page. Duh." But I couldn't make a page of find an already existing page.

==Herbert McHoover==
"Oh, wait! This is a game where we make stuff up, right? Okaaaay, Then I see a big, green eleflant...named Herbert McHoover. He plays the drums and listens to "Freedom Rock"! "

- Billy
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This is the first and only imaginative premonition of Herbert that Billy will ever conceive. A poorly neglected character indeed.


==Early life==
His spontaneous, yet abruptly brief life began during the first episode of the third season of The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy. Grim had awoken from a "Good" dream which he had no intention of experiencing. Daranged and unspeakable evil had been disperesed from Grim's unwanted pleasant thoughts, and its up to Grim and an abnormally loud and moronic billy to find them. After a few minutes of searching no creature could be found. Then suddenly, a holographic duck appeared before Grim's hollow eyes. Grim turns to Billy for visual acknowledgment of the bird. Billy promptly replies with a stubborn statement of disbelief. They continue to argue until Billy interperates the dissagreement as a game of sorts. He immediately percieves a crayon drawn, green hippie-elephant named Herbert Mchoover in which he describes quite thouroughly for an idea created rather instantaneously. After catching a glimpse of herbert's masterful performance on the drums for a few seconds his image subsided into non-existence never to be seen again.
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Nevermind, figured out how to do it by clicking on links that lead to nonexisting pages

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